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Marius Ader: Cell Replacement in the Mammalian Retina
Marius Ader: Cell Replacement in the Mammalian Retina

Retinal degeneration due to loss of photoreceptors represents one of the prime causes for disability in industrialized countries...

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Olaf Bergmann: Dynamics and Mechanisms of Cell Renewal
Olaf Bergmann: Dynamics and Mechanisms of Cell Renewal

We are interested in studying mechanisms and turnover dynamics of cell renewal in various organ systems....

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Ezio Bonifacio: Regenerative Therapies for Diabetes
Ezio Bonifacio: Regenerative Therapies for Diabetes

Type I diabetes is characterized by insulin deficiency primarily caused by the autoimmune-mediated destruction of...

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Michael Brand: Patterning and Regeneration of the Vertebrate Brain
Michael Brand: Patterning and Regeneration of the Vertebrate Brain

A fundamental problem in neurobiology is how the multitude of different cells of the brain is generated from their...

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Volker Busskamp: Neuronal cell types and circuit engineering
Volker Busskamp: Neuronal cell types and circuit engineering

In order to understand how parts of the human brain, especially the retina, function in health and disease...

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Federico Calegari: Proliferation and Differentiation of Neural Stem Cells
Federico Calegari: Proliferation and Differentiation of Neural Stem Cells

Essentially all cells of the central nervous system are generated during embryonic...

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Annette Garbe: Osteoimmunology
Annette Garbe: Osteoimmunology

To understand the regulation of skeletal remodelling in health and disease and furthermore to determine how ...

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Anthony Gavalas: Stem cells in pancreas regeneration
Anthony Gavalas: Stem cells in pancreas regeneration

We are interested in understanding how extracellular signals and...

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Jochen Hampe: Genomic Gastroenterology
Jochen Hampe: Genomic Gastroenterology

The research interest in our group is to unravel the molecular pathways that are implicated in the development of gastrointestinal and hepatological disorders. Specifically...

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Holger Henneicke: Endocrine Control of Skeletal & Metabolic Regeneration
Holger Henneicke: Endocrine Control of Skeletal & Metabolic Regeneration

We are interested in the endocrine control of degeneration and regeneration during the ageing process...

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Mike O. Karl: Retinal Development and Regeneration
Mike O. Karl: Retinal Development and Regeneration

Our overall goals are to decipher and manipulate mechanisms that control the fate of retinal cells throughout their...

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Gerd Kempermann: Genomics of Regeneration
Gerd Kempermann: Genomics of Regeneration

We study the interactions of genes and behavioral activity in the regulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Given...

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Caghan Kizil: Mechanisms of Induced Plasticity of the Brain
Caghan Kizil: Mechanisms of Induced Plasticity of the Brain

Our goal is to learn from zebrafish how to enable the adult brain to better cope with neurodegenerative disease and...

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Franziska Knopf: Biology of bone regeneration
Franziska Knopf: Biology of bone regeneration

Bone fractures in humans heal well, especially at young age. Unfortunately, bone is not replaced after severe injury...

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Karsten Kretschmer: Molecular and Cellular Immunology/Immune Regulation
Karsten Kretschmer: Molecular and Cellular Immunology/Immune Regulation

CD4+Foxp3+ regulatory T (Treg) cells play an essential role in maintaining immune...

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Nikolay Ninov: β-cell biology and regeneration
Nikolay Ninov: β-cell biology and regeneration

The pancreatic β-cells are the key metabolic sensors and effectors for insulin release, which is the only hormone...

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Tatiana Sandoval-Guzmán: Vertebrate tissue repair and regeneration
Tatiana Sandoval-Guzmán: Vertebrate tissue repair and regeneration

The vertebrate limb contains various tissue types including bone, skin, nerves, muscle and blood vessels...

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Michael Sieweke: Stem Cell and Macrophage Biology
Michael Sieweke: Stem Cell and Macrophage Biology

Our research is located at the interface of immunology and stem cell research...

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Jared Sterneckert: iPS Cells and Neurodegenerative Disease
Jared Sterneckert: iPS Cells and Neurodegenerative Disease

Induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology offers a unique opportunity to...

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Carsten Werner: Biofunctional polymer materials
Carsten Werner: Biofunctional polymer materials

We aim to recapitulate fundamental functions of living matter -such as recognition, assembly, and adaptation- in synthetic, polymer-based materials.

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Maximina Yun: Regeneration of complex structures in adult vertebrates
Maximina Yun: Regeneration of complex structures in adult vertebrates

Humans exhibit rather limited capabilities for tissue repair and regeneration. In contrast, organisms with remarkable regenerative abilities can be found in nature ...

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Sebastian Zeißig: Mucosal Immunology
Sebastian Zeißig: Mucosal Immunology

We are interested in the immunological mechanisms underlying inflammation and inflammation-associated tumorigenesis in...

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Claudia Günther: Experimental Immundermatology
Claudia Günther: Experimental Immundermatology

The importance of chemokines and dendritic cells in the pathogenesis of chronic skin diseases is investigated.

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Dagmar Kulms: Experimental Dermatology
Dagmar Kulms: Experimental Dermatology

Despite remarkable efforts, metastatic melanoma still presents with significant mortality because tumors quickly become resistant ...

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Friedegund Meier: Experimental Dermatooncology
Friedegund Meier: Experimental Dermatooncology

The focus of the experimental dermatooncology group is on translational research of the black skin cancer.

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A world without 1
A world without 1

The POInT study (Type 1 diabetes prevention program)

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Cleansight
Cleansight

An RPE-based screening platform

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